if this was the 90s and yester-years,
i think there would be mass meltdowns.
we should be lucky we live in an era with all this technology.
if we talk to our parents,
they would tell us they had nothing but a good book and a window.
the only information they would get is word of mouth or breaking news.
what a time to be alive.
i saw something today that kinda irritated me and i don’t know why.
it was a bunch of celebs singing “imagine” from john lennon on twitter…
Continue reading ““imagine” what happens when boredom strikes”
besides killin’ the game with his fashion sense,
and being called “sasha fierce” by kevin durant ( x see here ),
russell westbrook also thinks he’s an exceptional dancer.
being on injury brings out the boredom in people?
judging from this recent instagram video of him being bored,
do you think so?…
Not a week goes by without an NFL player posting something stupid on Twitter. This week it’s Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes‘ turn.
Spikes took to Twitter on Wednesday and posted what appears to be a joke stolen from British comedian Jack Whitehall, who has said as part of his act, “I’m homophobic in the same sense I’m arachnopobic. I’m not scared of spiders. I’m not scared of gays, but I would scream if I saw one in my bath.”
For Whitehall, the biggest problem with that line is that it isn’t funny, and he’s supposed to be a comedian. For Spikes to repeat it is stupid both because if you’re going to steal a joke you should steal a funny one, and because “I’m homophobic” is a rather dumb thing for a public figure to say.
Spikes wasn’t in the Patriots’ locker room when media had access on Thursday, but several of his teammates were asked about it, and all of them avoided the topic and therefore avoided stirring up any further controversy. Patriots spokesman Stacey James said only, “The team has no comment.”
It’s easy to see why Spikes’s team and his teammates don’t want to wade into this controversy. But it’s hard to understand why Spikes created the controversy in the first place — or why he’s continuing to engage in Twitter arguments with people who were bothered by what he wrote. Spikes would be wise to knock it off.
and then looking like this…
Time waits for no man.
This is why I believe my cakes wait for no man either.
You think I am playing.
I can drop one Wolf and move onto the next with no issues if I feel I’m playing “The Waiting Game”.
I see my Foxy counterparts waiting for Wolves to realize they are “worth it”.
But, while you are waiting, he really isn’t.
Matter fact, he probably forget you even exist when a ripe juicy Foxtail is in his face.
In some strange cases, a nice fat vagina.
So, is it best to have options?
Or, do we just hold out in hope that the one we think is “the one” finally recognizes we are “the one“?